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1

Ehlers Danlos has a strong link to what neuro condition?

SAH

2

Contrast dominant and nondominant parietal lesions

Nondominant- neglect
Dominant- language/aphasia complications
*Guerstmans= multiple dominant sensory deficits (counting, reading, speaking, writing)

3

"Drooling farmer" should make you think of?

Organophosphate poisoning
(Most likely from insecticides)

4

How to remember cholineric effects:

DUMBELLS
(SLUDEBBB)

5

Two drugs to treat organophosphate poisoning and their mechanisms

Atropine- blocks Ach receptors
Pralidoxime- regenerates AchE by removing phosphate group
(Must be administered within short period of poisoning, always combine with atropine)

6

Two which drug class do these agents belong?
Bethanecol
Carbachol
Pilocarpine
Methacholine

Cholineric agonists
Induce things like urination, salivation, miosis

7

Drug used to test for myasthenia gravis

Edrophonium

8

The following drugs belong to what class?
--stigmines
Edrophonium
Echothiopate
Donepezil

AchEi

9

Thymic related causes of myasthenia gravis + treatment for MG:

Thymic hyperplasia, atrophy, or tumors

Give: thymectomy, plasmapheresis, immunotherapy, and/or AchEi

10

Alzheimers:
(2) buzzwords
(3) AchEi treatments

-NF tangles, amyloid plaques
-donepezil, rivastigmine, galantamine

11

Where are the four types of collagen located?

Strong, slippery, bloody, BM
1- bone, dentin, skin, tendons, fascia, cornea
2- cartilage, vitreous
3-vessels/granulation, fetus, uterus,
4- basement membrane

***the most number of things are type one
Memorize what isn't.